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Jul 2, 2012 12:00pm EDT
to allegations against jerry sandusky. according to cnn, newly released e-mails suggest the university's former president and vice president covered up an incident involving sandusky in a shower with a boy in 200 is. they planned toen -- in 2001. they planned to contact police but decided to stay quite. >>> relief efforts are underway in china after a strong earthquake there. 34 people are injured from the 6.6 quake. it killed more than 2,000 head of livestock and damaged more than 30,000 homes. >>> a historic tie will finally be settled today. sprinters made history last week when they tied for third in the olympic trial fors s -- trials for the 100 meter dash. they will race this afternoon to settle the tie. >> i wonder if everybody is going to be wearing extra long shoes. >> yeah. >>> still ahead on wjz eyewitness news at noon, searching for damage. your father -- your complete forecast just 2 minutes abay. -- away. >> first here's,,,,,,,,,,,, [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the new santa fe steak melts. get extra grande flavor with the santa fe steak & bacon melt. juicy
CBS
Jul 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >>> the family of the late joe paterno want e-mails and records released. this comes after cnn reported officials had a plan to report sandusky in 2001 but abandoned it after discussing it with paterno. a lawyer for the paterno family says the leaking of selective e-mails was done to smear the former coach. the report is due next month. >>> after a two-month battle with a rare flesh-eating bacteria, a georgia grad student is leaving the hospital. she had to have her leg and remaining foot amputated along with parts of both hands. the infection entered her body after she cut her leg in a zip line accident. >>> good news for coffee lovers. the more coffee you drink, the lower your risk of developing the most common type of skin cancer. >> reporter: she can't start her day without coffee, lots of it. >> one or two at home in the morning. and then on my way to work. >> reporter: lorrie perks up with more. increasetion the amount of coffee you drink could lower your chances of the most common form of skin cancer. they looked at 113,000 men and women over 20 years. the more caffeinated coffee people dr
CBS
Jul 22, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. the nationality of the victims have not been confirmed. but tonight, cnn reports they are americans. right now, investigators are looking into whether the attacker had any link to insurgent groups. >>> the penn state sex abuse scandal. a controversial statute of joe paterno comes down, today an the university's football program now faces a major punishment. "wjz" is live with the latest developments. derrick has a look at what happened today and what is expected ton. >> reporter: the statute was row moved and now word that the nook will hit the school with major punishments, including millions and millions of dollars of fines. at penn state. the iconic statute of joe paterno no longer proudly on display. penn state's president ordered its removal after the report found that the late head football coach covered up child sex abuse allegations against former assistant coach jerry sandusky. early sunday morning. crews wrapped the 900-pound statute with a tarp, jack hammered it into the ground -- leaving penn state with mixed emotions. >> i think it was -- it had to happen. there was too much contr
CBS
Jul 3, 2012 4:30am EDT
. >>> after years of refusing to talk about his private life, cnn anchor anderson cooper says he's gay. cooper said he kept his sexuality private for professional reasons but wanted to stand up against gay bullying. in an online letter, cooper said "the fact is, i'm gay, always have been, always will be, and i couldn't be any more happy, comfortable with myself and proud." cooper made the statement in response to an "entertainment weekly" article about gay public figures. >>> enjoy that cup of coffee. it could lower your risk of developing skin cancer. a new study in the cancer research journal found the more caffeinated coffee people drink, the lower their risk of developing basal cell carcinoma. research years say the caffeine from tea and chocolate could also decrease the skin cancer risk, but they say keep using sunscreen. >>> in england, an olympic-size prank, almost. two kids tried to steal the olympic torch as it was being run through coventry on its way to the games, but as you can see, a torchbearer grabbed it back. the boys were not arrested. where were their parents is what i ask? >
CBS
Jul 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT
month. new e-mails uncovered by cnn show graham spanier agreed not to take allegations of abuse to police and worried the university would be vulnerable for failing to report it. >>> westminster police are looking for the suspects who assaulted a young woman near mcdaniel college. police say the man approached the victim friday afternoon asked her for a cigarette and slammed her into a stone column. she ran to her home, the suspect is in his late 20s or early 30s and as you can see has a buzz haircut. >>> still to come on wjz's eyewitness news. trouble for michael jordan's youngest son. why marcus jordan was arrested. >>> and cooler air headed our way, i'll have the exclusive warning five day weather forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> crews out in maryland and along the atlantic coast tonight with hundreds of thousands of people remain without power. the recovery is going to take days if not weeks. the weather is the story out west as well where crews are gaining more ground on those massive colorado wildfires. thousands of evacuees were allowed to return to their homes today for
CBS
Jul 1, 2012 8:00am EDT
. according to cnn, they were ready to report sandusky to police for the thought shower incident with a boy back in 2001 that they agreed to keep quiet after talking to a former head coach, joe paterno. the e-mail suggests there was concern that the school would be vulnerable. >>> after a fast-moving wildfire threatens their community, thousands of colorado homeowners are being allowed to go home. right now the 26 square mile wildfire is considered the largest in colorado's history and it's almost half contained. though firefighters are lifted evacuation orders and allowing neighbors to tour the area and take stock of the damage. many people find that they have nothing to return to. >> the most important thing was our lives, my husband and i at our dog. the thing that i will miss the most is just just thinking about our neighbors and how much i'm going to miss them because we had just amended his neighbors. i'm really hoping that they revealed. >> fire crews say the flames could get worse because the weather is getting hotter and drier. >>> it was a day made for arguably the best swimmer on
CBS
Jul 3, 2012 6:00am EDT
of a cover up regarding the child sex abuse acquisitions against jerry sandusky. cnn is reporting that university officials had a plan to report are sandusky in 2001 but abandoned that plan after discussing it with paterno. the report was based on e-mails from athletic director time curly. >>> calls for justice. friends and family of a baltimore county teenager who died after a fight with an off duty county police officer take their frustrations to the state's attorney office. 17-year-old christopher brown died from asphyxiation following an altercation with officer james laboard. laboard was indicted on manslaughter charges. brown's family says that's not enough and is requesting the u.s. department of justice step in and review the case. >>> turning to sports, the mariners rally to beat the oriels in the opener of a three game series in seattle. it looked good for the oriels when chris davis stepped up to the plate with two men on and slammed a homerun out of the park. the oriels lead 3-1. the mariners casper wells hit a three run double in the 7th to put the local guys ahead of
CBS
Jul 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
to hurt a little bit. >> i watch the guy on cnn doing the same thing. here is wolfe standing out live where there's a conflict or jim, weather channel and you stand here there's and doing these things for hours and hours. rose, is your ear okay there? >> i'm good. >> i just wanted to know if we need to call the emt. glsz -- >> no. >> i'm marvelled because they can look in a lens for hours at a time. >> i think it's a specific concentration to hear one voice and pretending your not. >> that's the truth. >> you live in a world where people are talking to themselves all the time. it used to be on the streets of new york that people had a reason for talking to themselves. now you don't know whether they're talking to somebody or talking to themselves. >> the whole world has blue tooth. >> 5th and final season of damages. did it go quick for you? >> it always does. it fly -- flies by. we work so fast. it always flies by. >> yeah, it did. >> this being the final season, does that free you up in any way to what you're going to do with your roles? >> that's a good question. >> can we hav
CBS
Jul 23, 2012 6:00am EDT
reports they -- but cnn reports they are americans. >>> an investigation is underway after a crash involving a maryland state trooper. trooper robert i sabel was responding to a call when his crewer was hit from behind -- cruiser was hit from behind. fortunately no one was injured. >>> state officials are challenging you the morning. it's a move -- you this morning. it's a move to benefit you in more ways than one. >> you can eat healthier and create local jobs. it turns out all you have to do is go shopping. >> it helps keep the family farm. >> scott smith growing veg tables and sells them. >> keeps the money here. your money doesn't travel across country to another country. it stays right here locally. >> this week state officials urge all marylanders to eat locally grown produce. >> people are jumping onto this trend because they're wanting to get more healthy, eat better. this allows them to opportunity to support local produce and farmers. >> the head of the market calls it a win/win. >> you know where your products are grown, what goes into growing them, get to know the farme
CBS
Jul 29, 2012 10:30am EDT
is the cnn contributor. she won the pulitzer prize for her work for the "harrisburg patriot news" on the sandusky scandal. sara, you are how old? >> 24. >> schieffer: and you've already got a pulitzer. all right. >> schieffer: bill rhoden is a columnist for the "new york times." and buzz bissinger who wrote "friday night lights," and james brown and jim roam, both of course of cbs sports. jim, i have to talk to you, you heard the president. what struck you here? what are the questions we need to be asking now? >> i think the situation about the money and how they're going to pay, not just for the fine that the n.c.a.a. imposed, but the lawsuits that are inevitably going to come, the millions that they're already spending and will continue to spend on crisis management. how will they ensure that this doesn't come from the three key areas -- from tuition money, from taxpayer money, and from donations from people who give to penn state because they went to school there or enjoy the program? and the interesting thing about penn state is that, unlike many state schools, it's what we c
CBS
Jul 3, 2012 7:00am EDT
news this week rather than reporting it. during an e-mail released yesterday, the cnn host and "60 minutes" contributing correspondent revealed he's gay. as john blackstone reports, the real news may be how muted the reaction has been unlike some other announcements in the past. >> i'm gay.& >> reporter: it was just 15 years ago when ellen degeneres made the cover of "time" magazine by uttering three simple words "yep i'm gay." was a groundbreaking national news event and a big risk. >> ellen coming out for ellen meant that she was going to possibly lose her career. >> reporter: ellen's announcement led to an evolution, not a revolution in stars coming out. some were forced like musician george michael, after his arrest for lewd behavior in 1998. actor shawn hayes played a gay man on "will & grace" for eight seasons but didn't talk about his own homosexuality until after the show ended. increasingly, coming out is losing its shock value. >> by the way, i'm gay, as opposed to yep, i'm gay, is absolutely the kind of new way of coming out. >> reporter: ander
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